Marneuli, Georgia Newswire

Marneuli, Georgia Newswire

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  1. Azerbaijani press: No Azerbaijanis among mayoral candidates of Georgia's ruling partyRead the original story

    Friday Sep 8 | Groong

    Georgia's ruling Georgian Dream party has announced its mayoral candidates for the region of Kvemo Kartli densely populated by Azerbaijanis,  APA 's local bureau reported.

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  2. Music Festival Brings Armenians, Azerbaijanis, and Georgians TogetherRead the original story

    Monday Sep 4 | Groong

    A music festival in Georgia strives to evoke a time when the nations of the Caucasus lived in harmony.   Volunteers work for three weeks prior to the music festival – called One Caucasus and held in the isolated Georgian village of Tserakvi at the end of August – to construct the festival site and conduct cultural and educational workshops for children in nearby multi-ethnic villages.

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  3. Music Festival Brings Armenians, Azerbaijanis, and Georgians TogetherRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 3 | EurasiaNet

    A music festival in Georgia strives to evoke a time when the nations of the Caucasus lived in harmony. Volunteers work for three weeks prior to the music festival - called One Caucasus and held in the isolated Georgian village of Tserakvi at the end of August - to construct the festival site and conduct cultural and educational workshops for children in nearby multi-ethnic villages.

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  4. Georgia's Invisible BridesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2017 | Transitions Online

    'A woman who was kidnapped should tolerate everything, there is no other way out,' a victim believes, whereas the men responsible rarely face serious punishment. From JAMnews.

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  5. Georgia's Invisible BridesRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2017 | Transitions Online

    'A woman who was kidnapped should tolerate everything, there is no other way out,' a victim believes, whereas the men responsible rarely face serious punishment. From JAMnews.

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  6. Turkey's Ziraat Bank launches new operation in GeorgiaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2017 | Turkish Daily News

    Turkey's state-run Ziraat Bank will offer services in neighboring Georgia under a new institution called JSC Ziraat Bank Georgia, it announced on May 2. Ziraat Bank, which had maintained operations in Georgia from offices in Tbilisi, Marneuli and Batumi since 1998, aims to expand its branch network and become a local bank. It also aims to improve foreign trade between Turkey and Georgia, applying Turkey's banking experience in the Caucasian country, a company statement read.

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  7. Georgia: EU supports integration of national minorities by producing textbooksRead the original story

    Apr 29, 2017 | Groong

    The EU/Council of Europe Joint Programme "Civic Integration of National Minorities in Georgia and the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages" has produced new bilingual textbooks for kindergarten children. The textbooks have been handed out to kindergartens in the Marneuli, Ninotsminda, Akhalkalaki and Akhaltsikhe Municipalities, based on a preliminary needs assessment.

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  8. Katan Alakbarova: My relatives who were taken hostage were tortured in Khojaly tragedyRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2017 | Today.Az

    Witnesses of this bloody tragedy and those who lost relatives live both in Azerbaijan and neighbouring Georgia. One of them is living in Marneuli, Georgia 90 years old Katan Alakparova.

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  9. Tsopi: An Azerbaijani - Armenian World – Meydan.TVRead the original story

    Dec 4, 2016 | Groong

    How often do you come across an Armenian and Azerbaijani speaking in one another's languages, and moreover easily switching from Armenian to Azerbaijani and back again? How long ago was it that you managed to see Armenians and Azerbaijanis hugging and kissing, calling one another brothers with sincere joy? I think that such scenes are part of the distant past for some, and for many, are already an unimaginable fantasy. In April of this year, the world tensely followed the most recent, unprecedented escalation of violence in the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict.

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